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The U of M is among the supporters of a new Twin Cities med-tech accelerator, operating under Gener8tor’s “gBETA” model, that requires no fees and no equity from participating startups.

Boston Scientific, backed by the Mayo Clinic and the University of Minnesota, says it has opened the first medical-technology accelerator under the umbrella of “Gener8tor,” the Wisconsin-based business incubator that struck a partnership with the University in 2016.

Read the full story in the Star Tribune.